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Keo Chronicles: June 5, 1945

Fred tooted his horn for us about 9. He had a couple of clients in the car — a Mr. Martin and a comical little old lady who wore a nurse’s uniform. She called us darling and dear and God Bless you during all her conversations.

It rained nearly all day so E. and I did not get out of the car at Medical Lake. While the three of them went into the asylum, we sewed and read a magazine.

Got back to town about noon. I went and cashed the Swift check and put it away. We went to Oasis and got our dinner. Later Eva and Harl came over to play three rubbers. We served buttermilk.

*About the photo: Photo of the interior of a market. Possibly the general store at the corner of Maxwell and Monroe in North Spokane, owned by the King family. This photo was in the Iowa-Keo collection. I wish I knew more about it!

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